102 years of 'kingdumb rule'

by eyeuse2badub 3 Replies latest watchtower beliefs

  • eyeuse2badub

    Happy new year to all. Well here we are, 2017, and still no Armageddon, no 'great' tribulation', no 'paradise earth'. However, the "good news" is that we can now celebrate 102 years under 'kingdumb rule'.

    Think of the wondrous things jehober has accomplished in the past 102 years. Hundreds of millions have died horrific deaths as our loving father looks on, "millions now living" are now starving to death, the wtbts has apparently hit a growth snag, but the amazing thing is that we have just about completed our magnificent new temple in Warwick. Praise jah all you people!

    Don't drink too much and have a happy prosperous new year and if jehober doesn't interrupt history, will be able to celebrate 103 years of 'kingbumb rule' next year!

    3just saying!

  • jookbeard

    astonishing isnt it! yet they still bang on the same tune, they and other doomsday lunatics are nothing other than laughing stock

  • scratchme1010

    They aren't going to stop their "tribulation and paradises on Earth" nonsense for as long as it keeps working for them.

    Happy new year.

  • Half banana
    Half banana

    Gall; second definition: brazen boldness coupled with impudent assurance and insolence.

    The governing body wanted to celebrate 100 years of kingdom rule. It was a half hearted affair. They had the gall to promote the idea that the greatest biblical fulfilment of all time had taken place in 1914.

    Let’s be frank, like every utterance which comes from the Watchtower it is useless and wrong information. However much you tell yourself or print it or tell others at an assembly of true believers, the idea that everything changed in 1914 as predicted by the Watchtower is worthless rubbish. “More evidence than for gravity”--- my foot!

    Nothing happened in the heavens in 1914 because nothing ever does or ever did happen invisibly in heaven because 'heaven' is a religious fantasy, it’s a magician's distraction and a confidence trick to deceive gullible believers.

    Wakey wakey Jehovah’s Witnesses! Think for yourselves! Your leaders live on Fantasy Island, don't make the same mistake as them.

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